PLEASE NOTE THE ENTRANCE AWARDS APPLICATION PROCESS FOR 2019-20 IS NOW CLOSED.
Entrance Awards are grouped into two distinct categories of Scholarships and Bursaries.
Entrance scholarships are competitive and are awarded to students who exhibit sound academic achievement, community involvement, good character and who otherwise meet the criteria and terms of the scholarship. Recipients are chosen based on the scholarship criteria and independently of financial need.
Entrance bursaries are needs-based and are awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who exhibit sound scholastic achievement, good character, who have shown a great interest in participating in the Luther College High School community and who otherwise meet the criteria and terms of the bursary.
Financial Assistance is separate from our Entrance Awards. However, families who are applying for an entrance bursary must also complete the Financial Assistance application. Please note that all financial and application information is kept strictly confidential. The Financial Assessment Application fee is $50. While all families can apply for Financial Assistance, it is a requirement for those applying for an entrance bursary.
Entrance Award Application Requirements:
- The application deadline for both the Entrance Awards application and the Financial Assistance application is March 1, 2019. Applications are no longer being accepted.
- Entrance Awards are for new students applying to Luther College High School.
- To be eligible for an Entrance Award, students must be permanent Saskatchewan residents.
- Successful applicants will be notified in May of each year.
- Please note that an application is not considered complete until we receive all requested documents.
- We encourage all families who are applying for Entrance Awards to consider volunteering at Luther College as a way of giving back to the community. Please consider filling out our Parent Volunteer Form.
Each scholarship and bursary offered at Luther College High School is described in the table below.
The Allan Christiansen Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a new Grade 9 student who has a keen interest in learning and shows a caring attitude towards others and has above average scholastic achievement. The scholarship was established in memory of Pastor C. by his family and friends, and by alumni of the College. Pastor C. served the College for thirty-eight years in such roles as Dean, Teacher, Guidance Counsellor, Chapel Coordinator, Vice-Principal, and Principal. To be considered for this scholarship, students must submit a copy of their most recent report card.
The Denise (Stratychuk) Mearns & Jim Mearns Memorial Scholarship established by Denise's parents, Janice & Peter Stratychuk, is given in memory of Denise and her husabnd Jim. Denise attended Luther College High School for four years, graduating in 1982.
The Dr. Leonard O. Bradley Scholarship was established in 2002 by Dr. Leonard O. Bradley (HS'30, HSU'31). Dr. Bradley was born and raised in Neudorf, Saskatchewan by his parents who valued education and worked hard to put their children through school.
The Dusterbeck Entrance Scholarship is awarded to a deserving new student with financial need. Latham Dusterbeck (HS'40) graduated from Luther in 1940. His sister, Germaine (HS'43), graduated from Luther in 1943.
The Erna Huget Memorial Scholarship is awarded to assist entering students, with preference given to students with abilities in music. The scholarship was established by Miss Huget, who joined Luther’s staff as secretary in 1943 and served in that role for the next forty years. To be eligible for this scholarship, students must submit proof of the musical ability; a reference letter from a music teacher or other documentation that demonstrates musical ability.
The Fredrick & Magdalena Krell Scholarship is awarded to an entering student who demonstrates qualities of compassion, sensitivity, desire for learning, reverence for life, and faith in God. This scholarship was created by the children of Fredrick and Magdalena in tribute to their parents’ contribution to education. All six of the Krell children attended Luther College High School and lived in the dormitory. In 1950-51, there were five siblings in the dorm at one time. To be eligible for this scholarship, students must submit a reference letter from their pastor.
The Harold & Joyce Dietrich Entrance Scholarship is awarded to a deserving new Grade 9 student. This award was established by Harold & Joyce Dietrich in 1984. Dr. Dietrich graduated from Luther College High School in 1948. He also served as Chair of the Board of Regents for over 25 years, from 1958 to 1984.
The J. Clifford MacKinnon Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a deserving new student entering Luther College High School.
The Luther College Saskatchewan Dorm Student Scholarship is awarded to two new Grade 10 students from rural Saskatchewan who have a minimum average of 80% and are active in their school, community and church. The scholarship is renewable provided the recipients maintain specified standards. To be considered eligible for this scholarship, students must upload a reference letter from their pastor or volunteer organization and a copy of their most recent report card and proof of rural address.
The William Frederick Krell Scholarship was established by Luther College High School alumnus William (Bill) Krell (HS’51) as an act of gratefulness to God for the health and abilities (financial, physical, mental, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual) with which he and his five sisters were gifted. This award also honours his parents, Frederick and Magdalena Krell, for their faith, encouragement, and love.
The recipient should have a keen sense of academic pursuit, demonstrate a need or hardship, financially or otherwise, such as physically, mentally, emotionally, cognitively or spiritually. Preference will be given to a student who exemplifies the characteristics of integrity, justice, humor, kindness and compassion.
The Central Evangelical Lutheran Church of Regina Student Bursary is awarded to students of academic promise who, due to financial constraints, would not otherwise be able to afford to attend Luther College High School. The bursary was established by the Central Evangelical Lutheran Church of Regina in 2019.
The Dilawri Award for Students of Promise is established by the Dilawri family and Luther alumnus Ajay Dilawri (HS’86) for students of academic promise who, due to financial constraints, would not otherwise be able to afford to attend Luther College High School.
This bursary was established in 2006 by Joan's family to honour her memory. Joan graduated from Luther College High School in 1977. She was a caring, compassionate person who, as a teacher, wanted to make a difference in the lives of the First Nations students she taught.
The Kramer Family Scholarship is established by the Kramer family (alumni David Kramer HS'01, James Kramer HS'05 and their father Tim Kramer) for Aboriginal students who show academic promise but due to financial constraints and other socio-economic factors would not otherwise attend Luther College High School.
The Luther College Community Bursary is awarded to deserving students with financial need who demonstrate academic achievement and a keen interest in learning, a positive attitude, proven leadership abilities and a strong desire to succeed. This scholarship will cover the cost of full tuition to Luther College High School and is continuing through Grade 12 providing they maintain good academic standing, and continue to meet eligibility requirements.
The Vic & Candice Husak-Grotsky Family Tuition Bursary was established by Luther alum Candice, nee Husak (Class of 1988) and her husband Craig Grotsky in honour of all alumni, teachers, parents and spouses who passed through the halls of Luther College but especially to honour Candice's father Vic Husak and Candice's mother Raylene who believed in the importance of education. This bursary provides financial assistance to a local day student who demonstrates academic achievement or promise and community service with a keen interest in literature and learning who, due to financial constraints, would not otherwise be able to attend Luther College High School.